27 Mar '14, 8pm

Which Mulligan took the first "Mulligan"? Depends. #mulligan #golf

Which Mulligan took the first "Mulligan"? Depends. #mulligan #golf

It is arguably one of the few sports terms believed to be named after a person, and with ramifications beyond the border of a course and into politics and daily life. You don’t have to be a golfer to enjoy the benefits of a Mulligan – the term is now widely used to describe any “do-over,” or second chance after initial failure. Of course, the rules of golf forbid the Mulligan, though it’s become part of the game. Some golfers apply their own “rules” that the Mulligan will be in “play” once per round, or just on the No. 1 tee. READ: Your unwritten rules of golf So, where and when did the Mulligan begin in golf? Well, that depends. The USGA, and supported by research by GriffGolf.com, found the Mulligan became rooted in the game’s lexicon sometime between the late 1920s and mid-1930s. During that period, Canadian-born amateur David Bernard Mulligan had established himself as...

Full article: http://www.pga.com/news/golf-buzz/how-mulligan-got-its-na...

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